The earliest pair of NBA game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers to ever go up for auction sold for an impressive $71,553 on Saturday. The pair was worn by Jordan during his rookie season, when he split time between wearing the Air Jordan 1 and the Nike Air Ship. The shoe that sold on Saturday was of
Marvel fans will be able to attend the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie while wearing official Avengers adidas shoes.
The sneaker unboxing/review video basically qualifies as its own genre at this point but this one may be the best of them all. YouTube user Brad Hall reviewed the Air Jordan IV Retro Oreo in his own unique way and the results are hilarious. Hall manages to get all the “pertinent” information that other videos
Michael Jordan’s highly-coveted game-worn Nike Air Ship 1s that he wore during his rookie season are going up for auction today.
On Tuesday, UConn won its tenth NCAA women’s basketball championship by beating Notre Dame 63-53.
Ray Allen is well-known for being a rather avid sneakerhead and the Jordan Brand athlete has certainly had his fair share of player exclusives over the years.
…@THE_WOLFSTEIN you are for real!!! The details are unreal. THANK YOU. #KOTD @nicekicks @ComplexSneakers pic.twitter.com/tlY3DHeZYX — Andre Agassi (@AndreAgassi) March 31, 2015 Sure, Roger Federer got to collaborate with Michael Jordan on a special edition of his signature tennis shoe but Andre Agassi’s custom kicks could easily go toe-to-toe with Federer’s sneakers. Using Agassi’s Nike
Under Armour is collaborating with both DC and Marvel in order to bring some pretty cool superhero-inspired graphics to its footwear.
First Look !!! New #sweet16 @jumpman23 for @uncbb #goheels A photo posted by JD Lyon (@tarheelphoto) on Mar 25, 2015 at 12:01pm PDT The UNC Tar Heels are headed to the Sweet 16 and it looks like Jordan Brand is pretty excited about it.
Michael Jordan’s Jordan Brand may be printing money at this point but when it comes to signature athlete shoes, LeBron James rules the NBA.
2 Chainz and Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young hit up RIF in Los Angeles to check out the priciest sneakers that they could find for GQ’s “Most Expensivest Shit” series.
While the Air Jordan 1 is the Nike basketball shoe that helped launch Michael Jordan’s sneaker empire, Jordan also wore a different shoe to start his NBA career.